This article is from the World English Bible Translation FAQ, by Michael Paul Johnson firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
May God open their eyes and give them a sound understanding.
If you prefer the King James Version of the Holy Bible, then, by all
means, read it and do it. I think that the KJV was a wonderful
Contemporary English translation of the Holy Bible when it came out. It
has been mightily used by God and has had (and continues to have) a
profoundly good impact. Unfortunately, the evolution of the English
language continually erodes its value as time goes on. It is now outsold
by the excellent New International Version, for many good reasons.
I guess that there are a few people that seem to believe that the KJV
is more accurate than the original Hebrew and Greek of the Holy Bible,
and that all the other versions are tainted with heresy and conspiracy.
I've read some of their literature. I found it to be some of the most
non-Christian and illogical literature that I have endured, thus further
proving the claim that the KJV is the only valid Bible to be wrong, at
least in my mind. I guess I've now put myself on record as being a
heretic in their eyes, but I must follow God, rather than men.